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Erie Judge Denies Appeal of Mom Convicted in Toddler's Death
June 12, 2012... Byline: Lisa Thompson June 12--An Erie County judge won't throw out the first-degree murder conviction for an Erie woman found guilty of starving to death her 14-month-old daughter. Judge Shad Connelly said the prosecution presented enough evidence to support the jury's finding that...
BRIEF: SeaWolves, Senators Begin Showdowns
June 12, 2012... June 12--Each team is more than 60 games into the Eastern League season and is in the upper half of the Western Division standings. However, when the Erie SeaWolves visit the Harrisburg Senators today at 7 p.m. at Metro Bank Park, it will be the first matchup between the teams this season. They...
Erie Explosion to Play Indoor Football Playoff Game Outdoors at Dollinger Field
June 12, 2012... June 12--The Erie Explosion will play an outdoor United Indoor Football League playoff game a week earlier than they had hoped. Nevertheless, the Explosion, who finished the regular season at 8-3 after a 65-64 overtime loss at the Marion Blue Racers this past weekend, will host the Blue Racers...
Erie Times-News, Pa., Good Morning Column
June 12, 2012... Byline: John Dudley June 12--My 14-year-old son came home from his class trip to an amusement park in Pittsburgh last week pumped up about a "ride" he had been on with a couple of his friends. In grainy footage from his iPhone, he played a video for my wife and me that showed the three of...
EDITORIAL: GE Foundation Grant Is Smart Move
June 12, 2012... June 12--The GE Foundation has come through again for the Erie School District and, ultimately, for the benefit of our entire community. The foundation announced it has pledged $8.6 million to the school district to improve high school education in math, science and literacy. Although...